Are you thinking about checking out a cleaning company?  Are you thinking about asking for a cleaning quote, estimate, consultation?  Have you wondered how cleaning companies come up with the price?  Well this blog is about just that…How does Image Cleaning do a cleaning consultation and come up with a price for cleaning a building.


Image Cleaning Systems thinks of this as a partnership.  We work together; with you to develop the cleaning plan that best suits your building’s cleaning needs.  In order to do this, we ask questions about various things..For instance, how many times a week do you want to have your building cleaned?  What areas of your buildings do you want cleaned and how often, do you want to take out your own trash or do you want us to do that for you? We also consider the following cleaning routine items you may need us to do:


Entrance Area- types of floors, glass, furniture

Offices- how many individual offices, cubicles, do we get the trash

Restrooms-how many, are there showers

Kitchen/Lunch areas-how many microwaves, do we clean out refrigerators, type of floors

Conference Rooms- how many, how often

Other Rooms or Details specific to the company

As you can see, many details determine the type of cleaning program a client may need and the cost will be determined once these details are discussed.  The beauty of it is that we can look at your needs and your budget and help you come up with a good plan.  As you think about calling a commercial cleaning company to come out and give you an estimate, think of these things before they get there.  Call Image Cleaning today for your cleaning consultation, 513-404-7579.  Image Cleaning Systems will work with you to provide the best possible cleaning for your building and your budget!

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